Power Trowel, also known as power float, is a hand-operated machine used to produce a smooth, dense and level surface finish to insitu concrete beds. Power floating eliminates the time and materials needed to apply a finishing screed and is quicker and less labour-intensive process than hand trowelling.

Power trowel can be used together with hardener. It provides a hard wearing, mineral dry shake topping for monolithic floors. When sprinkled and trowelled into fresh wet concrete floors, it forms a wear resistant smooth surface. Typical uses are in warehouses, factories, shopping malls, public areas, where wear durable and wear resistant floor is the key requirement.

Power Trowel / Power Float
Waterproofing is the process of making an object or structure waterproof or water-resistant so that it remains relatively unaffected by water or resisting the ingress of water under specified conditions. Water resistant and waterproof often refer to penetration of water in its liquid state and possibly under pressure.
Pure Polyurethane Coating
Torch-applied Bituminous Membrane
FRP Coating (Fibre Reinforced Plastic)
Polyurethane Bituminous Coating
Cementitious Coating
Pressure Grouting Injection
Elastomeric Waterproofing Coating
Concrete Imprint, also known as stamped concrete, is concrete that is patterned and / or textured or embossed to concrete resemble brick, slate, flagstone, stone, tile, wood, and various other patterns and textures. Stamped concrete is commonly used for patios, sidewalks, driveways, pool decks, and interior flooring. The ability of stamped concrete to resemble other building materials makes stamped concrete a less expensive alternative to using those other authentic materials such as stone, slate or brick.
Concrete Imprint
Epoxy / PU Industrial Flooring
Concrete repair is the process of fixing a hardened concrete surface that over time has lost the ability to hold the binding concrete materials together due to damage or environmental exposure. Concrete repair is appropriate for cracks, physical impacts, chipped out surfaces or surface scaling.

Concrete is one of the most used and durable man-made material in the world. Structures built with concrete have numerous advantages, from superior fire resistance to environmental perks. It’s strong and sturdy, yes, but not a super-substance. 

Given the huge amount of concrete structures that surround us day to day, it is easy to take concrete for granted and how it enables us to live the lives we do in our evolving urban landscapes. Just like us, concrete needs to be maintained. It is affected by the stresses and strains of everyday life.

Deterioration of concrete may happen due to corrosion, structural damage, water infiltration, seismic activity or a multitude of other reasons.

Deterioration of concrete is largely due to:   
Chemical degradation, eg. Chemical exposure, alkali aggregate reaction, bacterial action

Corrosion of the reinforcement steel, eg. Carbonation, chlorides, stray electrical current

Mechanical attack, eg. Impact, overloading, movement, earthquake, explosion

Physical damage, eg. Freeze/thaw action, thermal movements, shrinkage, abrasion, wear

Underlying contributors, eg. Poor construction, design faults, lack of maintenance
Concrete Repair
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